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Hitting the Mark (Harlequin Blaze #304)

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With grifters hanging from every branch of her family tree, Danni Ford was trying to do the impossible--play it straight. Until an undercover G-man played her with a few tricks of his own... The tip-off should have been the way Eric's gaze met hers only when they talked dirty. So Eric was using her to trap her shady relatives. He was still off-the-charts sexy--why shouldn' ...more
Paperback, 249 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Harlequin Books (first published 2007)
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Hobbes
Aug 05, 2015 Hobbes rated it did not like it
Once I start a book, I have to finish it. Sometimes I really hate that trait. This book was terrible from page 2. Falling in love with a guy after two weeks? Hard enough to want revenge when you find out he is lying to you? Because how well do you know him after two weeks?!?!?! Ok, that is my personal issues, but really, I did not find this to be a very good book. Extremely transparent, flat characters, whose background of criminal-but-now-reformed does not make them even the slightest bit inter ...more
Goobledybook
Apr 06, 2012 Goobledybook rated it liked it
Good story. I really liked Danni and Eric--they were both fun, charming and their actions were an accurate reflection of the people they are. Blaze books are always sexy and admittedly a guily pleasure of mine. Could have done with or without the Cassie and Dirk subplot. Even 10yrs later, I'd be hard pressed to believe Cassie still loved him and her, given how he ended things.

3-stars of time well spent
Pam
Sep 12, 2007 Pam rated it liked it
Shelves: brain-dump
my friend, Erin, bought this for me as a Valentine's gift. I was alone this past Valentine's Day, so I guess this was her way of rubbing it in my face!

this was a different type of romance novel, in the fact that it wasn't about husky whispers amongst other things.

there was tension, anxiety, passion- and an actual story line. a pretty weak one, but it was present. I have to admit, that I was intrigued by the plot and stuck it out to the end... just to see what happened.
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I credit my interest in writing romance to my grandmother. She gave me my first Harlequin to read during the hot summer days I spent on my grandparent's acreage in rural Oklahoma.

Immediately I was hooked!!!

Over the years, I would pick up a pen and write down ideas, but it wasn't until I joined Romance Writers of America and then Oklahoma Romance Writers did I become serious. During that time, I c
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